Using the digits-in-noise test to classify type of hearing loss.

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The digits-in-noise test (DIN) is a popular self-test measure that has traditionally been used to screen for hearing loss by only providing either a pass or refer result. Standard approaches tested either monaurally or used a binaural diotic version where identical digits and noise were presented simultaneously to each ear. Recently, an antiphasic version was developed, increasing sensitivity of t...

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